Emma Felix’s review published on Letterboxd:
Although Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 strays from the first film in terms of style, it's still a great film in its own right.
Texas Chainsaw Massacre was a low-budget, genuinely terrifying film, while part 2 was budget-blown and comedic, not to mention stranger (chainsaw seduction?)...
Humor aside, this film is gory and violent! The set pieces were outstanding, particularly the underground "wonderland". The acting was decent as well. Even though Leatherface now has feelings and is significantly less frightening, there are still a few jumps and scares thrown in!
Highlights for me include a chainsaw-wielding Dennis Hopper, the singing 'talents' of chop-top and a certain hemorrhoid 'removal' discovery.